Month: March 2021

How to Protect People and Property from Aggressive Geese

March 22, 2021
This goose is ready to attack! Geese are well known for their volatile temperaments. Some breeds of domestic geese are even kept as “guard dogs,” helping to protect livestock and property from both human and animal intruders. Wild geese are no different, and when nesting season hits, their legendary willingness... Read More

Protecting People and Property Against Aggression by Nesting Geese

March 22, 2021
This goose is ready to attack! Geese are well known for their volatile temperaments. Some breeds of domestic geese are even kept as “guard dogs,” helping to protect livestock and property from both human and animal intruders. Wild geese are no different, and when nesting season hits, their legendary willingness... Read More

Protecting People and Property Against Aggression by Nesting Geese

March 22, 2021
This goose is ready to attack! Geese are well known for their volatile temperaments. Some breeds of domestic geese are even kept as “guard dogs,” helping to protect livestock and property from both human and animal intruders. Wild geese are no different, and when nesting season hits, their legendary willingness... Read More

How To Prevent a Rooftop Nesting Disaster

March 5, 2021
Gull nesting season is fast approaching – with only a couple of months left before the first eggs are laid. Why is this a problem? With Great Lakes colonies numbering in the tens of thousands, gull nesting grounds need a lot of real estate. As natural nesting areas are replaced... Read More

How to Get Rooftop Nesting Under Control

March 5, 2021
Gull nesting season is fast approaching – with only a couple of months left before the first eggs are laid. Why is this a problem? With Great Lakes colonies numbering in the tens of thousands, gull nesting grounds need a lot of real estate. As natural nesting areas are replaced... Read More

How To Prevent a Rooftop Nesting Disaster

March 5, 2021
Gull nesting season is fast approaching – with only a couple of months left before the first eggs are laid. Why is this a problem? With Great Lakes colonies numbering in the tens of thousands, gull nesting grounds need a lot of real estate. As natural nesting areas are replaced... Read More